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Coimbatore to Pathankot Flights

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Although Pathankot has an airport, no flights connect Coimbatore to Pathankot. So from Coimbatore, one can take a flight to the Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport in Amritsar, which is located 117 km from Pathankot, and then reach the destination via bus, train, or cab. The shortest journey is by taxi, which takes around 2 hours from Amritsar to Pathankot. Many flights are available from Coimbatore to Amritsar. The major airlines operating this route are IndiGo and Vistara. Only connecting flights are available on this route, with layovers in Pune, Delhi, Bangalore, and Mumbai. If you have your return trip planned out as well, you can avail of several benefits by booking a round-trip flight.

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Flights from Coimbatore to Pathankot


About Amritsar Airport

The Pathankot airport currently operates flights only to Delhi via a single airline . The airport closest to Pathankot is the Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport (IATA code: ATQ), located in Amritsar city in Punjab and is around 117 km from Pathankot. It is named after Guru Ram Das Ji, the fourth Sikh guru and the city's founder. This airport is the second-largest airport in North India after Delhi Airport and has also received several awards.

This airport is busy year-round and has 30 check-in and 12 immigration counters to ease congestion. Annually, it has the capacity to cater to over 4 million flyers. This airport services flights to all major domestic and international destinations. All major flight carriers such as AirIndia, IndiGo, and Lufthansa operate out of this airport. This airport is well-connected via road transport. Transport facilities include buses, trains, cabs, and rickshaws, and services include duty-free stores, an information desk, VIP rooms, restaurants and cafes, and ATMs.

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About Pathankot

Pathankot is a major city in the state of Punjab. It is also the converging point of the three North Indian states of Jammu, Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and Punjab. With the Himalayas in its backdrop, Pathankot lies on the banks of River Chakki, and historically, it has experienced many regime changes, the major ones being the Rajputs and the Mughal Empire. It is also believed that this city was established by Guru Nanak Dev – the first Sikh guru.

Summers in Pathankot are hot and humid, with temperatures ranging from 35°C to 45°C. The monsoon season lasts from mid-June to mid-September, with the city receiving moderate to heavy rainfall. The temperature in winters remains between 7°C to 15°C (max) and 0°C to 8°C (minimum). This scenic city is known for its several forts and temples, with the famous tourist spots being Shahpur Khandi Fort, Mukteshwar Temple, and Nurpur Fort, among others. A remarkable feature of Pathankot is its dhabas that serve everything from Dal Tadka and Mattar Paneer to Mutton Curry and Chicken Tikka. The Lassi here is also famous, as are sweets like Halwa and Burfi. . Culturally, Pathankot is a syncretic mixture of Punjabi, Dogra, and Himachali customs because of its proximity to Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. The main languages spoken in Pathankot are Punjabi and Hindi.

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Hydraulic Research Station

This centre is located 7 km from Pathankot and is a major research institute studying dam structures, irrigation, and hydroelectric power. One can learn more about this station through educational materials and functioning exhibits during a visit.  

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Kathgarh Temple

Located 25 km from Pathankot, Kathgarh Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Many religious tales are associated with this temple, and several devotees visit here every year. Situated at the meeting point of the Beas and Chonch rivers, Kathgarh houses a 6-feet-tall statue of Lord Shiva.

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Mukteshwar Temple

This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, also known as Mukteshwar – meaning the “God who gives freedom from death”. Mukteshwar Temple is located 22 km from the Pathankot city centre. The Pandavas are believed to have stayed here during their final year in exile. This temple has caves that are said to be 5,500 years old. This temple is situated atop a steep hill, so a long hike or trek is required.

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Nurpur Fort

Nurpur Fort is one of the most important landmarks in Punjab and is located just over 25 km from Pathankot. This fort was built in the 10th century and was once known as Dhameri Fort. Nurpur Fort was rebuilt twice after being destroyed by the British and then by an earthquake. The fort houses a temple dedicated to Lord Krishna and Mira Bai named Brij Raj Swami Temple.

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Ranjit Sagar Dam

Ranjit Sagar Dam is built upon the Ravi River, one of the five rivers flowing through the state of Punjab. This dam is a part of the hydroelectricity project in Punjab and was completed in 2001. It is surrounded by an unending forest spread, and is home to many wild animals indigenous to this region.

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Shahpur Kandi Fort

This fort is located on the banks of the Ravi River and dates back to the 16th century AD. Built by Pathania ruler Jaspal Singh, Shahpur Kandi Fort is 7 km away from Pathankot. This fort has now been converted into a guest house. One can reach this fort via local transport, such as buses and cabs.


About Coimbatore International Airport 

Coimbatore International Airport (IATA code: CJB) is located in the suburbs of Peelamedu, 11 km from the city centre, and is the second-busiest airport in the state after Chennai. This airport has one passenger terminal that services both domestic and international flights. All major carriers, such as AirIndia, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Vistara, operate from Coimbatore International Airport. It is located close to major bus stands and railway stations. Also, cab services and auto-rickshaws operate 24/7 here. Facilities include a tourist information counter, ATM, a child care room, luggage room, medical first aid room, disabled services, and hotels.

About Coimbatore

Coimbatore is the second-largest city in the state of Tamil Nadu and is also called the “Manchester of the South”, or the textile capital of South India. With more than 30,000 small, medium and large-scale industries and textile mills, it is one of the most industrialised cities in Tamil Nadu. In the past, Coimbatore was ruled by Karikalan, a Chola prince who lived in the 10th century, Rashtrakutas, Pandyas, Chalukyas, Hoysalas, and the Vijayanagara kings. Several hills and hill stations surround this city, and many rivers flow through it. Coimbatore is also a haven for motoring enthusiasts and automobile collectors who can explore the city’s automotive history and several hotspots dedicated to motor vehicles.

Coimbatore is also a central education centre home to several esteemed institutions. It is surrounded by the hill stations of Ooty and Kodaikanal. Tamil, the official state language, is spoken by most people here. The food here is predominantly south Indian, and the famous dishes are idli, dosa, appam, and paniyaram.

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Gedee Car Museum

Located in the heart of Coimbatore city, this museum was established by inventor and engineer G.D. Naidu and is a must-visit attraction for car and bike lovers. This vintage car museum showcases several unique cars and explains their history. Several working models of iconic automobile feats are also found here.

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Isha Yoga

Away from the hustle-bustle of stressful city life, this centre is frequented by several people worldwide. Established in 1992 by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, this facility has been providing yoga and meditation programmes for decades. 

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Kovai Kutralam Falls

Kovai Kutralam Falls: Located 32 km away from Coimbatore, this waterfall originates in the Siruvani hill ranges. One has to take permission from the state forest department before planning a visit here. This waterfall is surrounded by forests and is home to a wide variety of flora. 

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Monkey Falls

This waterfall is located approximately 65 km from Coimbatore and is a scenic getaway amid forests and rocky cliffs. This spot is also close to the Azhiyar Dam and Anamalai hills. Regular trek tours are organised here, but one must obtain permission from the Tamil Nadu Forest Department before going on a trek. 

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Sree Ayyappan Temple

This temple is dedicated to the Kerala deity Swami Ayappan and is considered the second most significant Lord Ayappan temple after the renowned Sabarimala Temple. With its architecture compared to the Sabarimala Temple, this temple has many murals, statues, and artefacts dedicated to Lord Ayappan.

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TNAU Botanical Garden

This institutional garden comes under the authority of the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University and is home to 800 exotic and native species of plants. It was established in 1908. Spread across 45 acres of land, this garden is also home to several medicinal herbs. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Pathankot Airport is situated 3 km from the city centre. However, as of now, it only offers flights 3 days a week to Delhi, operated by Alliance Air.  

As of now, no flights are operating between Coimbatore and Pathankot.  

To travel from Coimbatore to Pathankot, one can take a flight from Coimbatore Airport to Amritsar Airport and then reach Pathankot via multiple modes of transportation, including buses, trains, and cabs.

There are no direct flights from Coimbatore to Amritsar; however, several connecting flights operate on this route.

There are several modes of transport from Amritsar to Pathankot, including buses, trains, and cabs; however, it takes only two hours to reach Pathankot by taxi. 

The major carriers that service flights from Coimbatore to Amritsar include Vistara and IndiGo.  

Pathankot is famous for the Mammon Cantonment, the biggest military base in Asia.  

Dharamshala is the nearest hill station to Pathankot and is 85 km away.  

The nearest hill station to Coimbatore is Ooty which is 84 km away.  

Amritsar is 117 km from Pathankot by road.  

Yes, you can book in-flight meals by contacting your airline carrier.  

Yes, all carriers offer a web check-in option 24 hours before your flight. 
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Airport Information

Amritsar Ajnala Rd, opp. Hotel Blue Radison, Raja Sansi, Punjab 143101

Coimbatore Airport Road, Peelamedu - Pudur Main Rd, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 641014